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Top games to watch on Nov. 15, 2018

November 15, 2018 matches to watch featuring Croatia vs Spain, England vs USA

November 15, 2018 By Ali M.
Croatia vs Spain, Belgium vs Iceland, England vs USA, and Germany vs Russia comprise our top four games to watch or stream today.

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Croatia vs Spain

This highly-anticipated game kicks off at 14:45 ET/19:45 GMT on Galavision, ESPN+, and Univision Deportes En Vivo in the USA; Sky Sports and Talksport 2 Radio UK in the United Kingdom; and Optus Sport in Australia.

This UEFA Nations League clash will be crucial for Croatia. For the World Cup runner-up, it's do or die. They boast only a single point and are staring at relegation. The only thing that can save them from the drop is two wins from their two remaining games. However, one could question their odds of beating La Furia Roja, given that they suffered a 6-0 loss in their previous encounter.

For Dalic, Thursday's game is about a crucial win and not revenge

As for Luis Enrique's men, this tie could also mean everything. Spain sits on top of the standings, but since they have only one game left, defeat could see them miss out on the first spot.

Belgium vs Iceland

This tie is scheduled at 14:45 ET/19:45 GMT and will be aired on Univision Deportes En Vivo and ESPN in the USA; Sky Sports in the UK; Optus Sport in Australia; RTL TVI, and VTM in Belgium; and Stöð 2 Sport in Iceland.

Belgium will be looking to maintain their excellent form, one that was evident for all to see at the 2018 World Cup. Since embarking on their Nations League campaign, Roberto Martinez's men have won both of their games en route to climbing to the summit of FIFA's World rankings. Iceland, meanwhile, has already been relegated and will be keen on waving goodbye to League A with a memorable win against Hazard and Co.

International friendlies

Germany vs Russia

This game begins at 14:45 ET/19:45 GMT on ESPN+ in the USA; RTL Television in Germany; and Channel One Russia, NTV+ Sport Online, and Match Premier in Russia.

Two teams that have enjoyed different campaigns in the UEFA Nations League will lock horns in this friendly. Oddly enough, the underperforming side in this fixture is four-time World Cup winner Germany. After flopping at Russia 2018, Joachim Low's men will lock horns with the host of the summer tournament after losing six games in a calendar year for the first time in history. A win in Thursday's friendly would boost their confidence, knowing that they could get relegated from the Nations League very soon.

Russia, on the other hand, has fared well in the inaugural season. They have two wins from their first three games and are undefeated, drawing the other tie. The Sbornaya pulled off an impressive victory over Spain in the recent World Cup and will be keen on adding another European giant to their hitlist on Thursday.

England vs USA

Kick-off is at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT on UniMás, ESPN, and Univision in the USA; and BBC Radio 5 Live, Sky Sports, and TalkSport Radio UK in the United Kingdom.

This Wembley Stadium farewell will play as a farewell game for Wayne Rooney, who despite having retired from the national team back in August 2017, will play one final game for the Three Lions. Titled The Wayne Rooney Foundation international, this tie will see the Man United icon don his nation's jersey for one last time and could possibly witness Jadon Sancho make his debut. 

Rooney meets up with England's young talents ahead of his testimonial game

The Englishman, who will wear the no.10 jersey and captaincy, returns to Wembley 

Today's big headlines

Maradona clarifies his statement on Messi

Remember that statement Maradona made about Messi in which he questioned his leadership, citing his frequent visits to the toilet before games as proof? The World Cup winner has now come out, claiming his remarks were taken out of context. "All I said was that Leo is a phenomenon. And that there were players who go to the toilet 20 times, but I never made any reference to Leo," the World Cup winner stated after taking heat over those alleged claims.

Fellaini cuts his iconic afro

Fellaini's iconic afro is no more, until he chooses to regrow it, that is. The Belgian midfielder who has become synonymous with his hairdo showed off his new look on Twitter, one which garnered its fair share of trolls.

Fellaini shaved off his afro for his birthday 

What to look forward to on Friday, November 16, 2018?

The biggest game will see Netherlands host France in an exciting UEFA Nations League clash. Elsewhere, Brazil and Uruguay will lock horns in an exciting all-South American friendly.

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